Which NASCAR Race to Watch Today on TV?
If you’re wondering which NASCAR race to watch today, you’re in luck. NBC, FOX, and FS1 will all be airing a NASCAR race today. But how do you choose which one to watch? Here are some tips. First of all, find out which NASCAR race aired on your favorite network last year. If the race aired on a different network, you can search for it online. Alternatively, you can check out your local listings to see if a NASCAR race is being televised today on your local channel.
XPEL 225 Truck Series race on FS1
Streaming the XPEL 225 Truck Series race live on FS1 is easy. XPEL is a global provider of protective films and coatings. Beginning in 2022, XPEL will sponsor three different NASCAR races at COTA race weekend, including the XPEL 225 Truck Series race. Other events at COTA include the Pit Boss 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race and the EchoPark Automotive Texas Grand Prix NASCAR Cup Series. FS1 will broadcast the race live, as well as XPEL 225 on Sirius XM NASCAR radio.
Coca-Cola 600 race on NBC
The Coca-Cola 600 is one of the longest races in the NASCAR Cup Series schedule. This race is held at Charlotte Motor Speedway and will last 400 laps, challenging the drivers and teams in all aspects. The race begins at 6 p.m. ET on Sunday. FuboTV will also carry the race live. To watch the race live, sign up for a free trial on FuboTV.
Road America vs Sonoma Raceway on Fox affiliate channels in 2022
NASCAR heads west this weekend to Sonoma Raceway, home to the Toyota/Save Mart 350 and the ARCA West Series. The race takes place at 7:00 p.m. EDT Sunday, while the Cup Series races at 4:00 p.m. The next race is the Napa Valley 500, and NBC will have the rights for the event two weeks later.
Fox’s last broadcast of a Cup Series race this season
For those who have been glued to their televisions for the past six years, you might have noticed that the Fox network has been missing some of the best races of the season. This season, the last race to be broadcast on the network is in Sonoma, California. That race is the Toyota/Save Mart 350, and it will be Stewart’s final appearance for the series this season. Sadly, it will be the last Cup Series race broadcast on Fox this season.
Xfinity Series races on NBC
If you’ve been looking for the upcoming Xfinity Series race schedule, you’ve come to the right place. The next three years will feature 19 Xfinity Series races, with 12 part of the regular season and seven in the playoffs. You can also catch some of the action on USA Network or CNBC. Here are the dates for the next few races:
NBC’s coverage of nascar races in 2022
NBC’s coverage of NASCAR races in 2022 will be a mix of the traditional network races and grassroots broadcasts. The top-tier Cup Series will be available on NBC and Peacock, while the third-tier Truck Series will remain with FOX on FS1. NBC’s coverage will also include a full lineup of talent including Dolly Parton, Kane Brown, Jeff Burton, and emerging Mexican-American NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez.
Live streaming options for nascar races
If you love NASCAR, but don’t have a cable subscription, don’t worry! You can still watch NASCAR races via live streaming. There are many services offering NASCAR packages. However, most of these services only air races in specific locations, and they require that you connect to a US server. Fortunately, there are several affordable ways to watch NASCAR without cable. Read on to find out more about the best streaming services for NASCAR races.